Vandalized Trails in Las Vegas

Here in Las Vegas, Sunrise Trail has been hit hard with graffiti, vandalism, and tarnished property. The remote trailhead was once an attractive location that drew hikers, picnickers, and horseback riders. But now, the Wetlands Park trail–due possibly to its remote location–has become an easy target for graffiti, broken glass, and fires set to park amenities. “People have been burning the fence posts, the trees, the bathrooms and more,” said Elizabeth Bickmore,a recently appointed program administrator at the Clark County Wetlands Park. “It’s a shame, because responsible people can’t come out and use the facility.” Bickmore reports that since April 2014, $22,000 has been spent to clean up the Sunrise Trailhead area. “The police came out at least once and made arrests and picked up some people with warrants,” Bickmore said. The park isn’t habitually patrolled by the park police, however, because they patrol larger parks such as Sunset...
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At The Las Vegas Ticket Attorney Law Office, we’re proud of our hard work and customer service. We’d like to share with you what one of our clients recently posted on a social media outlet, as well as sent to our website. Thank you, Krista, for your feedback! * Awesome place to take care of traffic tickets. I’m so happy I found Mark Coburn’s LV Ticket Attorney Office. He has taken care of my speeding tickets twice so far, and both times have been good experiences. Everyone in the office is very professional and good at communicating with you about your case—and you get a letter in the mail once all is said and done, confirming your ticket case was successfully resolved. I highly recommend this attorney. There are some other places where you pay a $50 flat fee to have them take care of your tickets but then you still need to go to traffic school. Not with Mark Coburn. I got out of traffic school too, in addition to no points on my license. Totally worth it! Krista P. * To read more client reviews, click...

Bad Neighborhoods + People Walking to the RedBox machine at Night = Reason for Suspicion

  How would you feel about getting pulled over while strolling down your sidewalk at night? This frustrating experience has happened twice to my partner and I, in our very own Las Vegas neighborhood. When we relocated to the West side of town, at the edge of Summerlin, we didn’t think we needed to do much research beforehand. We’d found a decent condo, were pleased that the location was near several major highways, and we signed our lease. Little did we know, we had moved into an extremely dangerous zone in Las Vegas and would be constantly battling for a moment’s peace among the sounds of the choppers in the sky at night (‘ghetto birds’, they’re called), the constant police sirens, and the domestic shout-outs at 2 a.m. All this we managed to laugh off over the months, and we even light-heartedly brushed off two attempted car thefts, a burglary, and odd circumstances such as a young woman jogging with a baseball bat in hand. “You never know,” she said. But where we drew the line and began to really reconsider our location, was when we discovered we could not even walk to the RedBox on the corner at night to return a DVD without getting pulled over.  Yes, we were quite literally pulled over on the sidewalk. “Why are you out here?” the officer began the interrogation. “We’re returning a DVD.” “In this neighborhood?” “Yes, is that okay? There’s a box right over there.” “You’re walking to the box?” “Yes. Why are we being stopped?” “People don’t normally walk around at night out here. I’m going to have...

Las Vegas Metro Police Department Issues 3,000 Tickets This Year For Cell Phone Tickets

Las Vegas Metro Police Department have Issued nearly 3,000 Tickets this year for Cell Phone Use While Driving During the last legislative session, the Nevada passed SB140 which outlawed the sending of text messages and the use of mobile phones while driving here in Nevada. The bill gave primacy to the state law, preventing further legislation from cities and counties. The law came into effect October 1st, 2011, and metro continues to crack-down on cell phone users as they drive. If seen by a police officer using their cell phone, drivers are issued a las vegas traffic ticket and fined. The second time the same driver is pulled over for a similar offense, the fine climbs… as it does the third time. So far in 2012, the Las Vegas Metro PD has issued nearly 3,000 tickets for drivers using their mobile phones while driving. Most of the people ticketed are cited when they use their mobile phone while sitting at a stop light. If you have been given a ticked for driving while using a cell phone in Las Vegas call Las Vegas Traffic Ticket Lawyer today at 702...

Self-Driving Cars!

We Are Living in the Future Anyone remember Conan O’Brien’s sketch: “In the Year 2000”? It was on the original Conan O’Brien show back in the 1990s. Conan and Andy put on their space suits, turned the lights down low, and made laughable predictions about what the world would be like once the new millennium rolled around. I’ll share a few predictions here:  “In the year 2000…50 million viewers will tune in to watch the series finale of Friends, where it is finally revealed that New York has black people.” “In the year 2000… Jesus Christ returns to earth but quickly leaves when he discovers the 55 cent Egg McMuffin deal has expired.” “In the year 2000…In a tell-all autobiography, the planet Jupiter swears that it never had a red spot until after it had unprotected sex with Venus.” Well, here we are over two decades later, and Jupiter has yet to come clean about its dirty past. We do, however, have some other exciting news to report: Self-driving cars. Google received a license from the state Department of Motor vehicles to test these futuristic vehicles right here in Nevada. There is a fleet of around eight different cars being tested: six Toyota Priuses, an Audi TT, and a Lexus RX450h. License plates issued for self-driving cars will have a red background with an infinity symbol on the left side. “I feel using the infinity symbol was the best way to represent the ‘car of the future,’” Las Vegas Department of Motor Vehicles Director, Bruce Breslow, said. The new technology combines artificial intelligence software, a global positioning system, and...

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